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months against a pipeline project - now - the fight's coming to milwaukee. plus - it's an investigation that's captured the nation's attention. now... could one of the men charged with teresa halbach's murder... be a free man by thanksgiving? good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather today: am fog then partly sunny. high: 56 wind: nw-sw 5-10 mph tonight: a few clouds low:
= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays new overnight - one woman is killed... and another injured... after a shooting near 76th and glenbrook. police say a 30-year- on scene. a 57-year-old was taken to the hospital-- she is expected to recover. police say they have identified a shooting suspect: the husband of the woman who died. no word yet on what led up to the shooting. and in pleasant prairie -- several people recovering from a multi-vehicle crash. officials say that a 17-year-old girl was going over 65-miles per hour near highway h and bain station road...when the vehicle went airborne -- and then ran head-on into another car. a father and daughter were taken to the hospital. the
inside. none of them suffered any major injuries - according to police. today people protesting around the country...and in milwaukee...against the construction of a controversial oil pipeline the pipeline would stretch from north dakota to illinois. deandra corinthios is live downtown...where a rally is planned later this morning. today is national day of action..and more than 200 protests are planned across the u-s against the north dakota access pipeline... at 10 am...demonstrators are set to gather outsd fargo in milwaukee...a bank that has helped finance the project. on monday north dakota's state capitol building was on a "soft lockdown" due to protesters. people also marched in the streets of bismarck. the proposed pipeline would shuttle about 470-thousand barrels of crude oil daily from north dakota to illinois...going through south dakota and iowa. supporters say the pipeline will provide energy
would be an environmental disaster... that could destroy sacred native american sites...belonging to the standing rock sioux. construction has been halted as the army corps of engineers said monday that more studies and tribal input are needed. after this mornings rally a vigil is scheduled for between 530 and 630 tonight on the lakefront, near the collectivo. that one is organized by the group 350 milwaukee. president obamas attention...and have him revoke the permits for the pipeline. live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news developing this morning: a federal judge orders "brendan dassey" released from prison while prosecutors appeal already overturned conviction. dassey was convicted in 2007 of helping his uncle steven avery kill photographer "theresa halbach". kim's in the newsroom... with
duffin ordered brendan dassey's release... under the supervision of the u-s probation office. his legal team at northwestern's center on wrongful convictions of youth applauding the news in a statement online: "we are in the process of making arrangements for his release and hope that brendan will be reunited with his family by thanksgiving." meanwhile the wisconsin department of justice says attorney general brad schimel intends to fight the decision by filing an emergency motion in the seventh circuit seeking a stay of this release order. criminal defense attorney familiar with the case: i would imagine that the 7th circuit is going to issue a decision one way or another with regard to that decision, sometime within the next week to 10 days or so. in 2005... a then 16-year-old dassey confessed to helping his uncle steven avery rape and kill theresa halbach. fast forward to 2016... judge duffin ruled in august... dassey's statement's to investigators were coerced.
is currently appealing. fox6 has been following this case from the beginning. to check out our collection of avery stories going back as far as 2003 --- search "avery archive" on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. milwaukee public schools... now investigating after an eight year old brought a gun to school. angelica has the latest in studio. thankfully, that gun was unloaded. policesa lafollette school a little after one yesterday afternoon. fox 6 obtained a copy of a letter sent home to the schools parents. it says staff members were told a student had a weapon and that faculty were able to confiscate that weapon. m-p-s declined to comment, saying any information would need to come from police. m-p-d says officers discovered that the child took the gun from home. milwaukee police say the district attorneys office will be reviewing the case in the coming days to
a child - found alone in a bus terminal in new york city. the horrifying discovery police made when they took her back to her home... straight ahead. and isis... now encouraging attacks on a longstanding tradition: macy's thanksgiving day parade. how police are responding. plus - a jury reaches a verdict... on whether a man intentionally locked his son in a hot car for seven hours... while sexting. the decision... coming up.
the fox 6 wakeup news. today: am fog then partly sunny. high: 56 wind: nw-sw 5-10 mph tonight: a few clouds low: 40 wind: nw 3-7 mph searching for a man after his daughter was found alone in new york... and the girl's mother was found dead. elmer gomez ruono is wanted for questioning... after his five year old child was found abandoned at a bus terminal in manhattan. the little girl told police that her father -- left her there.
the mother dead.... with signs of a struggle. police say the family had just moved to stamford from new jersey this weekend. a georgia father has been found guilty of murder for leaving his son in a hot car in 2014. prosecutors say justin ross harris intentionally locked his son in the car because he wanted to be free of family responsibilities. the prosecution showed evidence that harris was "sexting" with six women on the day of his son's death... one was a minor. harris be sentenced on december 5th-- and could spend the rest of his and with the 90th macy's thanksgiving day parade just a week-and-a-half away... isis is calling it an "excellent target" for terrorists. in an online magazine isis called for lone wolves to carry out truck driving attacks on spectators, similar to the attack that killed nearly 90 people in nice, france over the summer. n-y-p-d officials say these warnings are meant to scare people... but police will be ready... with extra security in place. coming up on wakeup - amazon... adding more services right here in milwaukee. what you'll be able to order...
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president obama... giving his first press conference since the election last tuesday. he opened up about his thoughts on the president elect... and why democrats lost. kim's in studio with more. president obama talked more about his closed-door meeting with president-elect trump... saying he's optimistic about the future... because he doesn't bei "i don't think he is ideological. i think ultimately he is pragmatic in that way." "the federal government and our democracy is not a speedboat. it's an ocean liner." president obama also offered a critique as to why the democrats lost the white house... and failed to gain control of either the house or the senate this election: one of the issues that democrats have to be clear on is that given population distribution across the country, we have to
have to work at a grassroots level." democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton never campaigned in wisconsin during the general election... losing the badger state by less than 27-thousand votes... and earning 43- thousand fewer votes here than president obama did in 2012. anchors chat/toss to rob chief meteorologist rob haswell radiational cooling overnight has lead to dense fog in many areas - mostly inland - this morning. watch for poor visibility on area roads. yesterdays weak and dry cold front will cause todays highs to be slightly cooler but will remain well above average - in the mid 50s. we stay in the mid 50s wednesday but with more sunshine. then a push
jump into the mid 60s and remain in the 60s for friday. later friday into saturday, we expect much colder air to arrive and drop temperatures into the 30s and 40s. there is a chance of showers friday and possibly snow showers overnight in to saturday. today: am fog then partly sunny. high: 56 wind: nw-sw 5-10 mph tonight: a few clouds mph wednesday:mostly sunny. high: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 48 high: 66 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy and windy with rain likely possibly mixing with snow overnight. am low: 50 high: 62 wind: s 15-25 mph saturday: cloudy, windy and cool. slight chance of snow showers. am low: 42 high: 40
the company says milwaukee is now part of amazon's home services coverage. home services allows customers to order about 12-hundred services like plumbing, lawn work, painting and other odd jobs. local service providers are used to do whatever work is requested. the most popular services on amazon home services are tv wall-mounting, house cleaning and furniture assembly. straight ahead on wakeup - a sword- wielding ninja... in a comic book store? the strange surveillance video footage... you won't want to miss. latest snack... but it's leaving the cookie behind. plus - a new high tech watch... taking the word smart to a whole new level. today's lunch menu: crispy chicken patty on whole grain bun... sweet potato tots... tender corn... ketchup and mayonnaise... and a fruit
highs in the mid 50s. right now . when we really cool down coming up! still searching for gift ideas for the holidays? matrix industries... introducing a new smartwatch... completely powered by your body heat. it uses thermo-electrics, which converts temperature differences into electricity. the 10 the basics of fitness trackers like step counters, but it also tells you how many watts of power you've generated through the day. matrix industries says it plans to use similar thermoelectric energy into other areas like healthcare, manufacturing and shipping. that could potentially do-away with batteries in hearing aids or pacemakers. oreo jumps into the candy bar
candy bar has bits of oreo cookies in a middle layer of vanilla cream filling. then the "big crunch"-- has a middle layer of oreocookies between layers of vanilla filling. the bars are popping up in some stores now, but they'll be everywhere in january. new this morning - police in anchorage, alaska... trying to i-d an unusually dressed burglar. a guy dressed as a ninja broke into a comic book store... but he didn't want the comic books. surveillance video shows the 'ninja' strolling through 'boscos comics.'' the burglar appeared to be leaving with only one thing: a white katana sword. could brendan dassey be home in time for thanksgiving? the judge's decision... and why it's being held up. plus - disgust over a d-j -- accused of victimizing women. how a pen left on a restroom floor led to his arrest.
"water is life inaudible water is life now at 6:30 - protesters all across the country... marching against the army corps of engineers have halted construction... straight ahead. a u-w stout student... beaten to death. now a possible break in the case. what police found on surveillance footage they hope will lead to answers. anchors adlib welcome back rob's weather today: am fog then partly sunny. high: 56 wind: nw-sw 5-10 mph tonight: a few clouds low: 40 wind: nw 3-7 mph traffic check red on traffic map
yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays rally against the north dakota access pipeline in cities across the u- s...including milwaukee. two events against the controversial pipeline are planned in milwaukee today... deandra corinthios is live downtown with more. a 10 am rally is set for outside the downtown wells fargo...a
project another protest is scheduled for between 530 and 630 tonight on the lakefront, near the collectivo. they're organized by local groups against the pipeline. the 3 point 7 billion dollar pipeline project has drawn steady opposition from the standing rock sioux tribe as well as environmentalist groups. the tribe says their reservation 's water supply would be threatened by the pipeline as well as their historical sites. but supporters say the pipeline will provide energy independence and create jobs. shuttle about 470-thousand barrels of crude oil daily from north dakota to illinois...through south dakota and iowa. monday protesters in north dakota forced the capitol to go into a soft lockdown. construction has been halted as the army corps of engineers said monday that more studies and tribal input are needed. the rallies around the country today are taking place outside banks that helped finance the project as well as outside army corps of
in milwaukee dc fox6 news. now developing - a federal judge has ordered brendan dassey be released from prison while prosecutors appeal an already overturned conviction. brendan dassey has until noon to tell authorities where he plans to live now that the judge has ordered his release. he was convicted in 2007 of helping his uncle steve he was 16 years old at the time. fast forward to 2016...a judge ruled in august... dassey's statement's to investigators were coerced. he overturned dassey's conviction which the state is currently appealing. wisconsin attorney general brad schimel is expected to fight the decision... by filing an emergency motion in the seventh circuit seeking a stay of this release order. meanwhile-- dassey's uncle -- steven avery -- is still
avery is asking for extensive testing in his homicide case. avery claims manitowoc county officials framed him for halbach's death . avery's attorney -- kathleen zellner says in a tweet --- avery's case has been slowed down because of dassey's pending release. something new is expected to be filed soon. fox6 has been following the avery case from the beginning. to check out our collection of avery stories going back as far as 2003 --- search "avery archive" on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. a motive and the suspect who gunned down a well-known local musician. nicole has the latest in the newsroom. 33-year-old colin demge was killed saturday in the riverwest neighborhood. police were called to his home on weil and found the man outside of his home with a gunshot wound. a friend tells us the victim had nothing but friends.. and fans.? i cant even think of why anyone would do this because this guy was completely
community. to have something like this happen in his community its very wrong. friends and family have planned a tribute benefit in his honor. the details of that -- and a link to a go fund me page for funeral expenses -- are both posted on our website, fox 6 now dot com no one is in custody at this time... for demge's murder. milwaukee police have arrested a suspect in a series of sexual assaults the past week. at least three women reported being tt area near 76th and good hope road. two attacks were reported tuesday --- a third on friday. saturday police made the arrest. the victim in friday's assault says she was raped at gunpoint, pistol whipped, and choked after being grabbed off the sidewalk. we spoke to that 17 year old victim's mother. its disturbing. i haven't slept. i'm a nervous wreck you know. i think i'm in more pain than her cuz sh'es still in shock. but im taking it worse because of he put her through something she wasn't ready for yet.
he did a lot the victim told police she ran from the suspect. a car with a man and woman inside stopped... and drove her to the hospital. a pleasant prairie man is free on bail... after being accused of secretly- recording the women's restroom at a bar. christopher bohatkiewicz had been working at kenosha's sullivan's place as a friday night d-j f years.prosecutors day he admitted to placing a spy camera pen on the floor of the women's restroom. police say the device captured images of eight people. hopefully, by the time their investigation is done, 'n' over with, that they got enough to nail his ass, sorry, but, put him away for a long time. investigators say there could be additional victims. if you have any information-- call kenosha police. police are looking for two
student. menomonie police believe these two women may know something about the death of 24-year-old hussain al-nah-di alnahdi .he was beaten to death last month. he's originally from saudi arabia-- but was studying business administration here in wisconsin. sad news to report this morning: p-b-s journalist gwen ifill has died of cancer. she was at 61 years old. ifill was co-anchor of p-b-s newshour with judy woodruff. she moderated the milwaukee debate between bernie sanders and hillary clinton at u-w milwauke from her nightly show for health reasons earlier this year - without ever making her illness public. president-elect donald trump's first cabinet picks... drawing mixed reactions. first: the chief of staff -- kenosha native and head of the r-n-c... "reince priebus." then -- steve bannon of breitbart was named chief strategist. angelica's in studio with a look at why the president-elect's choice for chief strategist... is putting his team on defense this morning. some groups -- including milwaukee's jewish leaders --
the milwaukee jewish community relations council is urging mister trump to reconsider. bannon led the alt-right website breitbart news, which critics say spreads white nationalism. he also led the charge against house speaker paul ryan... leading others to be concerned about the choice. brian fraley says: "as excited as i was to see reince priebus elevated to be chief of staff, it was a real red flag and a blow to see steve bannon elevated to be such an insider in the white house." evan zep mr. bannons going to fit in, i dont know. i think, in some ways its figuring out how to mix oil and water, and sometimes they dont work very well together." priebus said yesterday he didn't share the concerns about bannon, who priebus called "a force for good" during the campaign. many in the tea party were calling for bannon to be the chief of staff, they felt priebus was too much of the washington insider. meanwhile... it's a big day for house speaker paul ryan. he faces a vote today to keep
with president-elect trump twice since election day... to go over goals for the first 100 days... moving past an in- party rift during the last month of the election... when ryan said he would no longer defend mr. trump... after video surfaced showing the president elect bragging about groping a woman. ryan called last week's meeting productive. no one has mounted a challenge to the house speakership so far. tax time... right around the corner... and scammers are now targeting your healthcare. the very latest... in thi m report. plus - it's been more than a week since an earthquake rattled oklahoma... but coming up - hear why the cost of the damage... may now start to climb. plus - why this sunday's game will be a must win for the packers - and not just because of their standings. we start with some fog then clear up to partly sunny this afternoon. highs in the mid 50s. right now . when we really cool down coming up! ....our weather expert rob
scammers are at it again claiming to be from the i-r-s. theyre taking aim at people who are covered under obamacare and pl program. contact 6's jenna sachs explains how the scam works and reveals the red flags to look for so youre not the next victim. natsot: knocking certified public accountant anthony dalessio was alerted to an email that claims to be from the internal revenue service demanding an immediate payment. he wants to get advice from id-theft expert adam levin in order to warn his own clients. levin says at first glance it might look legitimate. "this notice is just a further indication of how sophisticated and creative that scammers and identity thieves have become." consumer
says this latest scam targets people with insurance through the affordable care act, alleging they owe additional money for their coverage.a closer look reveals several red flags. the first is the email itself. "the irs will never send you an email out of the blue. you should know that if money is owed the notice will be sent by regular mail." another red flag - the fake notice instructs that the check, in this case for $325, be made out o united states treasury, not the irs." and, where you send the check is also probably phony. the irs says the address on this one in austin, texas is not an official processing center. "if you get this type of fake irs email do not open any attachments or click on any links it may have. immediately forward it to email@example.com and then delete it." to get rid of it permanently, levin
your trash. id-theft expert levin says there may be some instances of irs scam letters being delivered by regular mail. you can call the irs to ask whether a notice you have received is actually from the agency. you can also consult a reliable tax professional to get advice about whether the notice is genuine and how to handle it. i'm jenna sachs contact 6. hundreds... stranded in new zealand... after a massive earthquake over the weekend... but that's not the only area recovering from quake damage this morning. angelica's in the studio with developing story. more than a thousand people are stranded after a powerful earthquake hits new zealand. the 7 point 8 magnitude quake triggered a small tsunami and spurred landslides. it also cut off train and vehicle access to coastal towns and disrupted drinking water and sewage services. military helicopters and a navy ship are being dispatched to rescue stranded tourists and residents. new zealand's prime minister says clean- up efforts could take months and cost billions of dollars. meanwhile... an earthquake that
a week ago... is proving to be more damaging - and potentially costly - than previously thought. some people still haven't been let into their homes after the 5-point-oh quake struck. dozens of businesses experienced some sort of damage-- many of them owned by the same people that can't go back home yet. nearly 30 homeowners have reported damage to officials--- and that number is expected to rise as state insurance representatives visit. flooding in the dominican republic... forcing 8-thousand people from their homes. sixty communities lost after rivers overflowed -- and shelters have opened to take care of the victims. several bridges have also collapsed. officials say more than 15-hundred homes are affected -- 40 destroyed. anchors chat and toss to rob rob's weather forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell radiational cooling overnight has lead to dense fog in many areas - mostly inland - this morning. watch for poor visibility on area roads. yesterdays weak and dry cold
slightly cooler but will remain well above average - in the mid 50s. we stay in the mid 50s wednesday but with more sunshine. then a push of much warmer air arrives thursday and we jump into the mid 60s and remain in the 60s for friday. later friday into saturday, we expect much colder air to arrive and drop temperatures into the 30s and 40s. there is a chance of showers friday and possibly snow showers overnight in to saturday. today: am fog then partly sunny. high: 56 wind: nw-sw 5-10 low: 40 wind: nw 3-7 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. high: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 48 high: 66 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy and windy with rain likely possibly mixing with snow overnight. am low: 50 high: 62 wind: s 15-25 mph saturday: cloudy, windy and cool. slight chance of snow showers. am low: 42 high: 40 wind: wnw 15-30
= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays a win in washington this sunday night isn't something for - it may now be a must-win. the team's blow-out loss to the titans... was a blow not only in standings... but also for the packers' morale. tim van vooren has the blitz from nashville, in the wake of sunday's 47-25 thrashing. "jordy nelson has played a lot of games for the green nay packers, and in several of them, the packers have had the upper hand. they've been the team pasting the opposition. what nelson experiences sunday at nissan stadium is the flip side. and it's not a fun place to be". "it's not what you want, but that's the situation we've put ourselves in. offensively they just continued to score, begging our defense to stop them. and we
the experience of a veteran, nelson knows it's not necessarily easy to just kick it back up in the right direction". "yea, you can't go to the stadium tomorrow and all of a sudden turn the switch on and it would be done. you put in the time; you put in the work and continue top grind at it". "the packers have know lost 2 straight games to middle of the road teams. three straight games overall. they can pay a bit of attention to what's happening in the nfc north division and see that they're not too terribly and the packers who were part of things sunday will attest, it's time to get there own house in order. in nashville, tim van vooren, fox 6 sports". as the badgers move on up the a-p poll to 6th place... fans are pretty confident
but coach paul chryst says... not so fast. "i don't worry about as much from the group as all the messaging they're hearing from people outside of the group. there's recent history if you just assume something we do a little dictionary game and make sure they understand what assume says." michigan and washington make up the top four spots in the college football playoff rankings - which qualify to compete for the national championship in tampa this winter. ohio state is ranked fifth... and wisconsin is 7th... but with 3 of the top 4 teams ending their season-long winning streaks this weekend... that begs the question... how does this all shape up now? we'll find out the newest rankings tonight at 8. next - disney... giving fans a first look... at emma watson as the iconic "belle" in
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the film stars harry potter's emma watson and downton abbey's dan stevens. it opens next march. disney is also developing live- actions versions of snow white... mulan... the lion king... and aladdin. it's fun to take a break from work... to do something a little different once in awhile. ginsburg... getting off the bench... and onto the stage instead: "dropping traditions that have worked and that continue to work is like throwing away your umbrella in a rainstorm because you are not getting wet. we will resume when you and the birth certificate are all here
opening night cast of "the daughter of the regiment" at the washington national opera... playing the duchess. ginsburg has long been a supporter of the arts, a love she shared with the late justice antonin scalia. and new this morning: former president george w bush and his wife... laura... are helping a sweet little guy find his forever home. meet freddy bush - a sweet little rescue puppy. they posted this photo on facebook -- shelter in texas. the bushes say even their cats, bob and bernadette, "are finding freddy's charm futile to resist." of course... fox 6 is proud to partner with the wisconsin humane society to help dogs and cats find homes here too - be sure to watch wakeup tomorrow morning to learn how you can
now at seven --- a federal judge orders "brendan dassey" released from prison. ahead why he's still behind bars despite the judge's order. plus.. protesters against the dakota access pipeline are calling for a national day of action. ahead details on demonstrations happening r good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx weather radiational cooling overnight has lead to dense fog in many areas - mostly inland - this morning. watch for poor visibility on area roads. yesterdays weak and dry cold front will cause todays highs to be slightly cooler but will remain well above average - in the mid 50s. we stay in the mid 50s wednesday